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    Developing and delivering a college course?.

    About 2 years ago, I started developing a curriculum for a graduate-level course that I was proposing at a university as an adjunct. While I did get good feedback and interest, it has never gone beyond that.

    I would still like to deliver this course after all of my hard work and research. Any suggestions on where to deliver such a course over the Internet? I realize that if my local college isn't going to do something with it, maybe there is another outlet out there.

    Also, anyone have experience with Planetizen's courses?

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    What if you developed an online course and applied to be a AICP certification maintenence provider?
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    What's the course and how might it differ than the standard college curriculum?

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    The OP is a spammer from India. Please understand that if you post a response, the OP will probably not be reading them.
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